Talk:The Chicago Transit Authority (album)
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- Agreed, the album is called "Chicago Transit Authority" (see allmusic, Discogs, the labels and spines of the release, etc.). Funkeboy (talk) 00:53, 11 August 2010 (UTC)
Liberation and the 1968 democratic convention
RE: Liberation and the 1968 democratic convention
Without doing any research to verify this, the soundtrack is obviously from the DNC. Go the the wikipedia article on that event; it mentions the cord chanting "the whole world's watching" for 17 minutes as the cameras rolled. The lyrics, I believe, are more about the "new generation" and the changing times as exemplified by the riots at the convention than the convention itself. One could presume the title "Liberation" refers to throwing off the old ways, the establishment, whatever. No one was fired upon at the DNC; I believe you are referring to the Kent State shootings, also well-documented on Wikipedia and all over the internet. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Subitopiano (talk • contribs) 18:07, 26 June 2013 (UTC)